New review paper looking at how we can use molecular neuroimaging in understanding connectivity changes in dementia research, Bischof et al. July, 2019
New pre-print: Tau pathology in early Alzheimer's disease disrupts selective neurophysiological network dynamics. January 2019
New paper from my PhD work: Balancing prediction and sensory input in speech comprehension.
I gave a talk to the Queens' College SCR on why we need better biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease, November 2018.
here's a bit about me:
I'm Ece (edge-eh), a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia and Related Disorders working under the supervision of Prof. James Rowe.
I am interested in neural representations and disorders
of memory, executive functions, predictive processing, oscillations, connectivity and neuromodulation.
Currently I am involved in three large scale neuroimaging projects aiming to develop biomarkers to aid the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease with a specific focus on non-invasive neurophysiological measures:
- Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Project (Multi-site, Oxford-led)
- New Therapeutics in Alzheimer's disease Project (Multi-site, Cambridge-led)
- Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience Frail Project (Cambridge)